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Concept Acetylcholine
Academic Article Induction of the morphologic changes of both acute and chronic experimental myasthenia by monoclonal antibody directed against acetylcholine receptor.
Academic Article Monoclonal hybridoma anti-acetylcholine receptor antibodies: antibody specificity and effect of passive transfer.
Academic Article Monoclonal anti-acetylcholine receptor antibodies can cause experimental myasthenia.
Academic Article Desensitization of mutant acetylcholine receptors in transgenic mice reduces the amplitude of neuromuscular synaptic currents.
Academic Article Skeletal muscle calpain acts through nitric oxide and neural miRNAs to regulate acetylcholine release in motor nerve terminals.
Academic Article Monoclonal anti-acetylcholine receptor antibodies with differing capacities to induce experimental autoimmune myasthenia gravis.
Academic Article A beta-subunit mutation in the acetylcholine receptor channel gate causes severe slow-channel syndrome.
Academic Article Novel beta subunit mutation causes a slow-channel syndrome by enhancing activation and decreasing the rate of agonist dissociation.
Academic Article A leucine-to-phenylalanine substitution in the acetylcholine receptor ion channel in a family with the slow-channel syndrome.
Academic Article Chronic experimental autoimmune myasthenia gravis induced by monoclonal antibody to acetylcholine receptor: biochemical and electrophysiologic criteria.
Academic Article Myasthenia induced by monoclonal anti-acetylcholine receptor antibodies: clinical and electrophysiological aspects.
Academic Article Anti-acetylcholine receptor antibodies directed against the alpha-bungarotoxin binding site induce a unique form of experimental myasthenia.

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